Residence Inn St. Louis Chesterfield
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... getting my oil changed, having a tick removed from my buttock, and taking Seaman to the vet for what I thought was a tick, but it wasn't. I had removed 3 ticks from my skin about 4 days ago but I missed one where the sun doesn't shine and only realized I had another one yesterday. I decided I wouldn't risk a partial removal and went to an Urgent Care center who did the work and prescribed ...
... of the historical features
of the hotel.
Sunday after breakfast at the hotel, we drove to Lafayette Square and looked
around that area. The houses around the square are really beautiful.
Then we attempted to find I-55 S and after floundering around too far to the North, we
drove down around Anheuser Busch and were able to pick it up down there for our drive
to Memphis TN. We stopped for lunch at Burger King in Cape Girardeau, drove ...
On the Saturday my girlfriend and I decided to take the the Metrolink from Belleville into Saint Louis. Not being accustomed to American public transport I was pleasantly surprised how easy to use and efficient the Saint Louis Metrolink was. It made a pleasant change from the chaos that I am used to on the London Underground. In Saint Louis itself there were two main sites/attractions that we wanted to see. The first was the City Museum, which I reviewed above. In ...
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3,000ft @ 55% power.
I took such a low altitude because I was trying to stay below the storm. I then had to climb higher in order to meet the MEA (minimum enroute altitude) over the Appellation mountains. Contrary to the normal, I had headwinds the entire way. This was slightly annoying because it made the trip two hours longer then it should have been.
The flight from St. Louis, Missouri to Morristown, ...
... bears. Oh my. Plus there were penguins. Though I did get a bit gutted by the grizzly bear pacing round and round in circles. Don't think they are meant to do that.
Afterwards, I walked around the park to the pavillion from the 1904 World's Fair (held, conveniently, in Forest Park) which had a very nice fountain. THen along the lake to the boathouse and across the river. The weather was lovely, around 20C with no clouds, so a very pleasant walk. At the river, I found myself ...